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Gene Howe

Happy Father's Day

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To all here as well! Relax and enjoy the family, or not!:lol:

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...and to you also Gene and everyone else...

Calzone for lunch...lime sherbet cone (well of course large:P) for dessert

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Thanks Gene. Spent the day in the pool.

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20 minutes ago, Ron Dudelston said:

Thanks Gene. Spent the day in the pool.

Glad you took some time for Ron. Had to stay close to the tools, didn't ya?:D

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10 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Glad you took some time for Ron. Had to stay close to the tools, didn't ya?:D

Sure did.  In fact, I stained a bookcase before I slipped into the pool.

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A little late to the party, but I hope all you fathers had a good day! We were gone all day, but my son brought his kids over around 9:30 to wish me a good one. I suspect he just couldn't wait until today to give me my present..... a new (to me) saw! He knows I like to re-hab old tools, and I don't have one like this yet. :rolleyes: I may need some tips from @steven newman! Hope I'm not in over my head.

 

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John

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3 minutes ago, HARO50 said:

a new (to me) saw!

Cool!! Should keep you out of trouble for a couple of days.

BTW...Where's the cord?:P Missing the blade guard too.:D 

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Hope everyone had a Happy Father's Day!!!

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27 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

BTW...Where's the cord?:P

I believe it's the cordless model. :rolleyes:

John

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Nice Saw! My dad has one like that on the wall in the garage. Also, did a little competing in college with a similar saw. Congrats again!!

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Those were the saws that taught Team Work.....IF the two people that were using it, did not learn how to work as a team....the term "Misery Whip" came to mind...

 

US Forestry Service has a youtube show about  these saws.   And there is a pdf file floating around, somewhere. 

 

Not a one person saw

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6 minutes ago, steven newman said:

Those were the saws that taught Team Work.....IF the two people that were using it, did not learn how to work as a team....the term "Misery Whip" came to mind...

 

US Forestry Service has a youtube show about  these saws.   And there is a pdf file floating around, somewhere. 

 

Not a one person saw

Some were used as a one person saw, but that was mainly for bucking logs, not falling.

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